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Joined 3 years ago
Cake day: February 18th, 2021


  • What is safe on Nuckear Power Plants?

    It’s enough for hundredthousand of years, if only one time happens a SuperGAU. Only once is enough.

    And the nuclear waste is dangerous as fuck for also hundredthousand of years.

    And you can produce 30, 40 or maybe 50 years electric energy, and it needs the same time to decontaminate and dismantle a nuclear powerplant. And before it takes 20, 30 or mor years, to build such a plant… This is not cheap, not safe and not sustainable.

  • I run my own funkwhale. But i’m not happy with it. It has so many bugs and drawbacks. Searching for remote content does not work well. Sometimes it finds it, sometimes it needs 2, 3 or 5 tries of searching for. Sometimes it does not find it. Searching is inconsistent. The UI is also inconsistent. To find what you want to click, you have to search a lot… It’s not possible to modify metadata from already uploaded music. Change mp3-tags locally an upload it again is the way… You csn not move audios between channrls and libraries. The permissions-concept is broken.

    And the devs want to discuss about how to write about bigs, not about the bugs.

    I will drop funkwhale. It does not make me happy.

  • I start for every connection-group an own ssh-agent with different ssh-keys in it. And i connect from my laptop sometimes (regulary) to my desktop-machine and forward the agent to the desktop. This is a setup, i need.

    And i have a script, which chooses from ssh config, (Match section) the ssh-agent i need for this connection-group. This script starts automatically an ssh-agent and loads the identities (private-keys, hardware-token…) into this ssh-agent and per configfile it is choosen as IdentityAgent.

    When i’m connected to my desktop with my laptop and i work on my desktop, then i use the forwarded agent, because i have some keys only on my laptop, which i want to use also from my desktop. So i link the forwarded agent-socket to the IdentityAgent, which is configured in ssh-config for this connection… When there is no forwared ssh-agent, the symlink is deleted and a new agent is started with a socketfile on the same path.

    It sound’s a bit complicated… and yes, it is.

    An i don’t get it, why sometimes the socketfile is deleted and sometimes it remains. Now i tested it from home on the remote-connection. The temporary, forwarded agent-socket is a symlink to my regular socket-file. and i killed the running ssh-agent… and also the symlink is removed.

    It is strange behaviour… a process unlinks a socket-file, which does not belong to him, only the name is the same… and not every time.